Late American singer and bass guitarist Nick Massi had an estimated net worth of $5 million. Born in Newark, New Jersey in September 1927. He was widely recognized as a singer and bass player for the band the Four Seasons. Massi started his career playing with numerous bands prior to his becoming a part of The Four Seasons in 1958, which was formerly named The Four Lovers and which has been regarded by the Vocal Group Hall of Fame as the most popular rock band followed by the Beatles. Moreover, The Four Seasons has achieved 100 million records sales globally which makes them one of the best-selling musical bands in history. Their very first studio album Sherry & 11 Others was rolled out in 1962 and peaked at #6 on the Billboard charts. They also had big success with #1 singles including “Walk Like a Man”, “Sherry”, “Rag Doll”, “Big Girls Don’t Cry”, and “December, 1963 (Oh What a Night)”. In 1990 The Four Seasons was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and nine years later the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. At the age of 73 Nicholas Macioci died on December 24, 2000 from cancer.